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UCLA CFAR/AIDS Institute Seed Grants

Each year the Institute provides funds to support specific projects, the work of particular labs, and to cover part or all of the salaries of newly recruited faculty members. Funds are allocated from several sources, including the UCLA CFAR, (through our Developmental Core), the AIDS Institute, UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, NIH and private donors.

Information Session- How to write a successful CFAR/AIDS Institute Seed Grant Application

 For questions regarding UCLA CFAR/AIDS Institute seed grants, please email aidsinst@ucla.edu

 

 

Request For Applications

UCLA AIDS Institute / UCLA CFAR / UCLA JCCC
are now accepting applications for the following:


AIDS-Related Malignancies Research
The UCLA AIDS Institute, the UCLA CFAR and the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center are accepting applications for seed grants to fund multidisciplinary collaborative research between cancer and AIDS investigators on topics relevant to cancers that occur frequently in HIV-infected patients, including AIDS defining and non-AIDS defining malignancies.  This includes research that will lead to the development of novel diagnostic, preventive and therapeutic strategies for both AIDS-defining and non-AIDS-defining malignancies, as well as research on the molecular/cellular mechanism, pathogenesis or epidemiology of cancer in persons living with HIV infection.  Proposals from junior investigators (professorial or research series titles) are encouraged.  Funds are being made available in conjunction with a supplement to the UCLA Cancer Center grant for sites having connections with the AIDS Malignancy Consortium (AMC).  Projects showing connection with the AMC, as well as those from junior investigators will be given preferential priority in funding.  Note: Projects proposing to study only virologic aspects of cancer-associated viruses (i.e. KSHV, EBV, etc.) will not be supported by this mechanism.
 
 
Deadline for receipt of Letters of Intent:  Monday March 10, 2014
Applicants whose Letters of Intent are favorably reviewed will be invited to submit a formal proposal. Formal proposals will then be due by Monday April 14, 2014

Application packages can be obtained here or from the UCLA AIDS Institute office, 10940 Wilshire Blvd., Ste 960, Los Angeles, CA 90024. 
 
For additional information, please contact Jina Lee at 310-794-7209 or aidsinst@ucla.edu

 

 

Please note that this is for domestic projects only and funds cannot be spent overseas, for foreign investigators or for travel.

 

 

 

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